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Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 5:10:03 PM | Utilizing Perf Panels for Elevations

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What is a best case solution to show a Perf Metal Panel in Elevations, to allow Visibility, etc.  I have created a Curtain Wall Panel that uses a Green Screen Trellis and set the Vissibility to different gradients, but it plots as a solid black mass (it must be recognizing the mesh lines, but not cutting through to show what is beyond).

Am I on the right track, or does anyone have a better method to resolve?  working in 2013, but upgrading to 2015 shortly.

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Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 1:17:24 PM | Utilizing Perf Panels for Elevations

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I've been thinking about this... I keep thinking making it like glass wiht X% Visibility...  But i'm not sure.

 

We have a project about to kick off thats going ot have perforated panels for sunshading devices on it.


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